Some Experiments That Question the Completeness of Orthodox Quantum Mechanics
We present an optical experiment that can distinguish between a linear orthodox quantum mechanics, which at its most basic level is based on a Fourier ontology that ultimately leads to a nonlocal, nontemporal interpretation of the world, and a causal, nonlinear quantum physics, inspired on the work of the great French physicist Louis de Broglie. Furthermore, the same experiment with slight modifications also raises some conceptual paradoxes for orthodox interpretation, thus adding to our view of its incompletness.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: December 1, 2009
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